Quiz: What Do Your Grocery Shopping Habits Say About Your Personality?

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Do you buy organic or regular?

Answer these questions about your grocery shopping habits to see what people think about your personality!

 May 30, 2018

1 of 20Choose Your Answer:

How often do you go grocery shopping?
Multiple times a week
Once a week
At best twice a month

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What kind of fruit do you buy most often?
Canned
Frozen
Fresh

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What would you buy to make mashed potatoes?
Potatoes that I will mash myself
The premade mashed potatoes in the refrigerated section
Boxed mashed potatoes

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Where do you grocery shop?
Wherever is closest to me
A local grocery store
A chain grocery store that I know has what I want

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How much do you typically spend on groceries?
Over 60 dollars
0-30 dollars
30-60 dollars

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Do you buy:
What fits in your budget
Organic goods
Local goods

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What veggie is a must have?
Zucchini
The mixed veggie frozen bags
Spinach

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What do you use when you shop?
Carts
My hands
Baskets

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What do you use to carry groceries to your car?
My hands
Reusable bags
Bags from the store

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How long do you usually spend at the grocery store?
One hour
Less than half an hour
Half an hour

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What do you wear to grocery shop?
Whatever I have no when I decide to go
Something nice but casual, I want to be comfy but not overdone
Probably my work outfit because I go on the way home

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What kind of meat do you buy?
The prepackaged stuff that lasts a while
Fresh cut from the Deli
Frozen meat

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What kind of cereal do you buy?
Cheerios
The sugary kind
Whole grain with high fiber

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What kind of milk do you buy?
Soy Milk
Cow milk
Almond milk

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Do you enjoy grocery shopping?
It's fine, I don't go much so whatever
Sometimes, I always forget things and have to go back
Yes, I go once a week and I like keeping my schedule

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Who do you go grocery shopping with?
A family member
Myself
A friend or significant other

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What kind of bread do you buy?
Whole wheat
Baguettes
Whatever is cheapest

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Where do you park when you go grocery shopping?
In an end spot
As close to the store as I can get
In a spot without cars next to it

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Do you buy everything in the same place or go to different stores for different items?
If I am already there I am not moving
Some places have better prices on certain items so I go to a few stores
I just stop in whatever is closest so I end up shopping at many places

20 of 20Choose Your Answer:

Do you ever go to the store for fun?
For the wine tasting events
Sometimes when there are a lot of samples
Fun? Who has time for that?
WOMEN.COM | Quiz Facts

The concept of a self-service grocery store was developed by entrepreneur Clarence Saunders and his Piggly Wiggly stores. His first store opened in 1916. Saunders was awarded a number of patents for the ideas he incorporated into his stores. The stores were a financial success and Saunders began to offer franchises. In the early days of retailing, products generally were fetched by an assistant from shelves behind the merchant's counter while customers waited in front of the counter and indicated the items they wanted. Most foods and merchandise did not come in individually wrapped consumer-sized packages, so an assistant had to measure out and wrap the precise amount desired by the consumer. This offered opportunities for social interaction: many regarded this style of shopping as "a social occasion" and would often "pause for conversations with the staff or other customers." These practices were by nature slow and labor-intensive and therefore also quite expensive. The number of customers who could be attended to at one time was limited by the number of staff employed in the store. This changed throughout time to be more cost effective and to give us the grocery stores that we are familiar with today. Answer questions like: How often do you go grocery shopping? What would you buy to make mashed potatoes? How much do you typically spend on groceries? And more to see what your shopping habits say about your personality!